Artur Boruc has been dropped by Poland for their clash with San Marino after his nightmare showing against Northern Ireland.
Celtic goalkeeper Boruc endured a night to forget as his howler allowed Michal Zewlakow's backpass to bobble over him and into the unguarded net as Northern Ireland recorded a 3-2 win at Windsor Park.
Poland coach Leo Beenhakker also blamed Boruc for Northern Ireland's opener after he misjudged a cross to allow Warren Feeney to score.
Beenhakker admitted the performance and the reception Boruc received from the home fans had affected him and he has decided to take him out of firing line.
"Of course what happened last Saturday evening in Ireland affected the whole team, but especially in this way Artur Boruc," said Beenhakker.
Veteran coach Beenhakker revealed he spoke to Boruc after the game to inform he would not be playing against San Marino.
"In this conversation I informed him, openly and honestly, that I will not use him for the match on Wednesday versus San Marino," added Beenhakker.
"You can imagine that Artur was very affected of course about what happened on Saturday, especially his role during the match, and we both decided that the best decision was that he should leave the camp and go back to Glasgow."